Upcoming Event: How Do You Create an Innovation Culture in Cities?
This blog was originally published on the Microsoft platform at this link, and is reprinted below.
By: Lourdes German
How a community goes about building an innovative culture is unique. It often starts at the top, with leaders charged with governing who set the beliefs, expectations, a sense of purpose that underscores the importance of cultivating a culture of innovation and change, and who foster innovation by listening and supporting it in other community leaders and citizens. Join us for this upcoming event to hear from leaders and experts who are on the forefront of innovation in governance and technology:
Creating an Innovation Culture for the 21st Century City
Event Date: July 29, 2015, 5:00 pm – 8:00 p.m.
Location: Microsoft New England Research & Development Center, 1 Memorial Drive, Cambridge, MA
Program Agenda 5:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Keynote Address, National League of Cities
Mayor’s Roundtable Led by The Director of the Working Cities Challenge, Boston Federal Reserve Bank
Technology for Communities: Microsoft Segment
Reception & Networking
This event is a joint effort by The Civic Innovation Project and The Microsoft Innovation and Policy Center, New England
The Microsoft Innovation and Policy Center aims for Microsoft to be “of” the community, not just exist within it. Through the Innovation and Policy Center we are extending beyond the tech community to: Connect stakeholders from tech to the broader business, academic and government communities; Catalyze important technology and public policy discussions, and; Contribute more directly with the health and vitality of greater New England.
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